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Beagle MID: DIY mobile internet device

Beagle MID: DIY mobile internet device

If none of the existing MIDs on the market take your fancy, you could always do what HY Research have done and build your own touchscreen marvel, the Beagle MID.  Based on the Beagle Board, the DIY mobile internet device packages a 4.3-inch 480 x 272 touchscreen with a custom interface board and Bluetooth.

Video demo after the cut

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Samsung announces Mondi mobile internet device

Samsung announces Mondi mobile internet device

Today at CTIA, Samsung announced the Mondi, a small, Windows Mobile powered device, featuring WiMax and WiFi capabilities. The Mondi has a 4.3" touch screen, packs Bluetooth 2.1, a 3MP camera with video capture, a full slide out QWERTY keyboard, HDMI out, and 4GB of internal storage.

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CES 2008: BenQ launch MID WiFi & 3.5G Mobile Internet Device

CES 2008: BenQ launch MID WiFi & 3.5G Mobile Internet Device

BenQ will be officially presenting its MID Companion Device at CES 2008, hoping to rekindle any waning interest in the UMPC ultraportable tablet format with its pocketable internet browsing handheld.  Based on Intel's Menlow platform, and fully wirelessly capable thanks to both WiFi and 3.5G cellular broadband, the MID uses a Linux OS rather than something from Microsoft's stable.

Image via Clipset / Check out a video of the BenQ MID after the cut 

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Intel’s Mobile Internet Device to be sub-UMPC consumer’s plaything

Intel’s Mobile Internet Device to be sub-UMPC consumer’s plaything

Intel's Developers Forum will soon be starting in sunny Beijing, and the pen'n'finger pokers over at UMPC Portal have been doing what they do best and trawling through the pre-forum slides [pdf]to get the jump on any handheld tablet news.  Sounds like their search has not been in vain, either; we've already seen the video and even a hands-on of some of the tech they'll likely be featuring, but if you're looking for harder evidence of the direction Intel are moving in then you won't be disappointed.

 

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Lenovo pumps $800m into ambitious mobile scheme

Lenovo pumps $800m into ambitious mobile scheme

Lenovo will pump around $800m into a new mobile-focused facility tasked with investigating and producing innovative smartphones, tablets and other devices, the Chinese company has confirmed. The new plant, located in Wuhan in China, will concentrate "on the R&D, production and sales of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices that will cover the Chinese and global markets" Lenovo says, targeting $1.59bn in sales revenue by 2014 and five times that within the next five years.

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Intel Executive Anand Chandrasekher Resigns

Intel Executive Anand Chandrasekher Resigns

Anand Chandrasekher, the senior vice president and general manager of the Ultra Mobility Group (UMG), was the driving force behind the Atom and Centrino Atom low power CPU's. He will be replaced by VP's Mike Bell and Dave Whalen, who will be co-leading the group in Chandrasekher's absence. Intel's site says about the UMG,"This group is responsible for low power Intel® Architecture products, ultra-mobile PC's, mobile internet devices, smart mobile and hand-held market segments." Intel's announcement noted that Chandrasekher would be leaving the company to pursue other opportunities after a long run at the company. He's been with Intel since 1988.

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Samsung Debuts Android Galaxy Player 4, 5

Samsung Debuts Android Galaxy Player 4, 5

Samsung announced a unique addition to their Galaxy lineup of portable devices, called the Galaxy Player. The device is an Android-based portable media player that should rival the iPod touch and comes in 4-inch and 5-inch models. The large screens will be ideal for games, videos, music, social media, and e-books while still fitting in your pocket.

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Isabella Mini promises instant photo sharing on your dumb digital frame or TV

Isabella Mini promises instant photo sharing on your dumb digital frame or TV

Connected digital photo frame manufacturer Isabella Products has launched their latest product, the Isabella Mini, and the USB dongle promises to make regular digital frames and TVs wireless-aware. Inside is an AT&T modem and support for Isabella's VizitMe wireless photo sharing service: users will be able to receive emailed or MMS'd photos direct to the screen from their contacts, as well as from online galleries like Photobucket.

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A320, B520, B320 & C205 all-in-ones hit CES 2011

Lenovo IdeaCentre A320, B520, B320 & C205 all-in-ones hit CES 2011

Behold a whole slew! Included in the giant pack of releases being announced by Lenovo at CES 2011 are the following: IdeaCentre A320 - the world's new slimmest all-in-one computer at just 18.5mm deep, including HDMI In/Out, SRS Sound, and 2nd Gen Intel Core i. Next there's the IdeaCentre B520 is the world's first frameless multitouch all-in-one computer with 3D Vision, SRS sound, JBL speakers, and 2nd Gen Intel Core i.

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